Click to enlarge “Injustice Of Silence”, wood-fired ceramic, porcelain, glass, steel, 63 “x 25” x 25 “, 2017 Paddling is a term used by ceramic artists to refer to the gentle tapping and shaping of malleable clay shapes with flattened wooden tools. The six large ceramic sculptures by the Anglo-AmericanRead More →

A letter from the souls of the dead silently points in several directions at once. This exhibition by Aki Onda (they / them), artist and composer currently based in Japan, opened at Portland Institute of Contemporary Art July 10 to an enthusiastic audience. Masked attendees filled her warehouse to watchRead More →

Click to enlarge Luke Awtry Christy mitchell A Smart Message begins with the very title of Christy Mitchell’s latest solo installation at Burlington’s SPACE gallery. “Holding Pattern” is a double meaning – at least – and a meaning is immediately evident in Mitchell’s use of old-fashioned pattern wallpaper. Less obviousRead More →

Sigma has redesigned its popular 105mm macro lens for mirrorless cameras. Angela Nicholson watches closely Since its announcement in 2011, Sigma’s 105mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM macro lens has been on nearly every macro lens recommendation list. This is a widely respected optic that is available in a rangeRead More →

A few years ago in my old borough of Queens, I came across an ornamental column in the middle of the rubbish on the sidewalk. Regret prompted me to back down and bring the plaster orphan home. He has since moved with me to Chicago, where, wearing a pothos, heRead More →

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Michael Sacca Installation in the Equinox Highlands natural area Works of art generally don’t share space with 142 species of endangered birds, bobcats, and bats. But the Raven Ridge Natural Area, which straddles parts of Hinesburg, Charlotte and Monkton, is not a conventional gallery. FarRead More →

As we seek to share the diverse and complex stories that make up the Jewish tradition, we are launching a blog series through which we will share the insights and expertise of JArts’ artistic advisors. Never miss the best stories and events! To have Boston Jew this week. Here areRead More →

Color, shape, texture, concepts and meaning can be achieved through a variety of mediums. Textile artists, through their chosen materials, have long held the strings of one of the most powerful and enduring vehicles to share visual research. “The Ardent Thread”, the current exhibition on display until September 5 atRead More →

Placeholder while loading article actions Some journeys, such as religious pilgrimages, are sacred. Others, including trips to a mall or a chain of coffee shops, are insignificant or even profane. Local artist Jonathan Monaghan merges both types of excursions in his computer-generated videos. But at this point in history, perhapsRead More →

I guess we take our art where we can get it now. Whether it’s the Short North hosting a virtual Gallery Hop, the Wexner Center stepping up its “Off Center” initiatives, or the Columbus Museum of Art featuring the hashtag #myCMAathomeinstitutions and arts advocates continue to adapt to the stay-at-homeRead More →

ASALH: Black Muse 2020: On display until March 6 at the Art Center Sarasota, 707 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. Free entry. 941-365-2032; artsarasota.org “ASALH: Black Muse 2020” presents the work of contemporary African-American artists from our region at the Art Center Sarasota. It is a multimedia exhibit, coordinated with theRead More →

By RACHEL ROSENFIELD LAFO In the 1970s and 1980s, the fiber arts – weaving, textiles, tapestry, embroidery, knitting, crochet, sewing, quilting, etc. art category and were shown mainly in craft and design museums. As a result, artists who worked exclusively in fiber, such as Lenore Tawney, Claire Zeisler and SheilaRead More →

Marty fugate | Corresponding “Spectrum: a celebration of artistic diversity”: Until February 6 at the Lois & David Stulberg Gallery at Ringling College, 1188 Dr. Martin Luther King Way, Sarasota. Vernissage and artistic walk 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday. 941-359-7563; ringling.edu/campus-galleries The visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum goesRead More →

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Center Bca “Owl” The disconnection between humans and other living creatures is not a new theme, nor is the precipitous destruction of the planet by mankind. Along with scientists, philosophers, politicians and writers, artists have long approached the pride of people motivated more by profitRead More →

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Bigtown Gallery Piggy Bank by Liz Quackenbush In an article titled “Artistic getaways: four galleries worth seeing, “Art New England was recently named BigTown Gallery in Rochester, Vermont’s must-see gallery. The decidedly small town gallery, bordering the edge of the Green Mountain National Forest alongRead More →

Click to enlarge Courtesy of the Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History “Adirondack Faerie Lodge” It’s no surprise that Vermont is particularly welcoming to the Fae, if you know where to look. Queer oriented Fate of the fairy camp in Northfield in Burlington, artist Emily Anderson Bluebird Fairies annually FairyRead More →